Barge Crashes Into Oklahoma Bridge on Arkansas River (Family Fishing Captures Video)


What are the chances seriously? This has every indication of a terrorist attack. No place seems to be immune these days. It really couldn’t be more obvious; how hard it is to avoid a bridge?

SALLISAW, Okla. (KFOR) – Saturday afternoon, a family out fishing the Arkansas River, caught the moment a massive barge crashed into a busy highway bridge shutting it down for hours.

“I looked over at my dad and asked if it was going to hit the bridge and he was like, ‘I don’t think so,’” said Dayton Holland.

The crash happened in the Arkansas River near Sallisaw. The bridge was U.S. Highway 59, a busy road on a Saturday afternoon.

“There were cards driving everywhere on the road above,” said Holland.

The video, which has now gone viral, sparked thousands of views. Dayton said she couldn’t believe what she saw. “He looked back just before it hit and he’s like yes, it is,” she said.

You can read the rest of the article by clicking here. by: Dylan Brown / KFOR To watch the video footage click here.

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